Pedagogy Project Fellows

Current Pedagogy Project Fellows

Christina Yoshimura

Christina Yoshimura

Associate Professor of Communication Studies (M.A., Ph.D.) and Mental Health Counselor (M.A.)

Office: LA 358
Email: christina.yoshimura@umontana.edu
Office Hours:

MWF 9:00-9:50, W 11:00-11:50


Curriculum Vitae

Courses

Fall 2017

Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (COMX 115)

Family Communication  (COMX 311)

Internship (COMX 398)

Personal Summary

Christina studies and teaches in the area of interpersonal communication.  Specifically, she focuses on how families communicate as their systems of work or school interact with the family system.

Education

M.A. - Counseling: 2015

University of Montana

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Family focus

 

Ph. D. – Communication:  2004

Arizona State University

Hugh Downs School of Human Communication

Interpersonal/Family Communication focus

Dissertation: Communicative responses to the work/family tension

 

M.A. – Communication, 2000                                                

Arizona State University                                                    

Hugh Downs School of Human Communication                       

Interpersonal Communication focus                              

Thesis: I wonder what’s on TV tonight: An exploration of maintenance in the context of television watching

 

B.S. – Communications, 1998

Syracuse University

Newhouse School of Communications

Public Relations focus

 

Publications

Yoshimura, C.G. (2017).  Teaching communication and conflict as a game.  Communication Teacher, 31(4), 231-238.  DOI: 10.1080/17404622.2017.1358389

Yoshimura, C.G. (in press, April 2017 anticipated).  Turning point analysis.  In M. Allen (Ed.) Sage Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods.   Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Yoshimura, C.G. & Galvin, K. (in press, March 2017 anticipated).  Systems theory: A compelling view of family life.  In D.O. Braithwaite, K. Floyd, & E. Suter (Eds.) Engaging Theories in Family Communication.  New York: Routledge.

Yoshimura, C.G. & Brown-Campbell, K. (2016).  Interpersonal violence and sexual assault: Trauma-informed communication approaches in university counseling centers. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 30(4), 300-312.

Sommers-Flanagan, J., Murray, K., & Yoshimura, C.G. (Fall, 2014).  Filial play therapy and other strategies for working with parents. In D. Capuzzi  & M.D. Stuaffer (Eds.) Foundations of Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling. John Wiley & Sons.

Yoshimura, C. G.  (2013).  Still getting along with the in-laws: Relationships with siblings-in- law.  In K. Floyd and M. T. Morman (Eds.) Widening the circle: New research on family communication, 2nd edition.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Yoshimura, C. G. (2013).  A dialectic approach to work-family conflict. Northwest Journal of Communication, 41(1), 7-40.

Yoshimura, C. G. (2010).  The experience and communication of envy among siblings, siblings- in-law, and spouses.  Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 27, 1075-1088.

Yoshimura, C.G. & Alberts, J.K. (2008).  Television viewing and relational maintenance. In M. Motley (Ed.) Studies in Applied Interpersonal Communication.  Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Yoshimura, C.G. and Hayden, S. (2006).  The effects of gender on communication and workplace relations.   In C. O’Lynn (Ed.) Men in Nursing.  New York, NY: Springer.

Yoshimura, C.G. (2006).  Getting along with the in-laws: Relationships with siblings-in-law.  In K. Floyd and M.T. Morman (Eds.) Widening the circle: New research on family communication (117-127).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Alberts, J. K., Yoshimura, C.G., Rabby, M. K., and Loschiavo, R. (2005).  Mapping the topography of couples' daily conversations. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 22, 299-322.

Alberts, J. K. & Yoshimura, C.G.  (2002)  Nagging and complaining.  In (J.J. Ponzetti, Ed.). International Encyclopedia of Marital and Family Relationships, 2nd Edition. New York:  MacMillan Reference.

Floyd, K., & Yoshimura, C. G. (2002).  The extended self-serving bias in attribution-making about communication behavior.  In A.V. Stavros (Ed.) Advances in Communications and Media Research (129-138).  Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Teaching Experience

 

Department of Communication Studies, The University of Montana

Associate Professor, 2011-present 

Assistant Professor, 2006-2011

Adjunct Instructor, 2002-2006

 

Counselor, Curry Health Center Counseling Services

Certified Counselor, 2015-present

Intern, 2014-2015